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... 22 The planning process for a NOMS includes the complexities of procuring and staffing the operation of the system. However, equally important is how a system installation is funded and deciding where permanent noise monitors in the field will be placed.
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... NOMS Resource Requirements 23   5.1.3 Limitations While the AIP provides a major share of the funding for an airport's NOMS, the limitations on what features can be funded are described in Table R-6, Noise Compatibility Planning/Project Requirements, of the Airport Improvement Program Handbook (FAA 2019)
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... 24 Primer and Framework for Considering an Airport Noise and Operations Monitoring System While bonds are usually used for larger capital projects, PFC revenue, airport revenues, and state/local grants are more likely to be used for noise projects such as a NOMS. Besides the use of PFCs, airport revenue sources may include the following: • Airport parking revenues, • Rental car revenues, • Terminal concessions, • Advertising sales programs, and • Revenue-producing leases.
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... NOMS Resource Requirements 25   Appendix K: Noise Management Program Development Guide provides practical assistance to airports considering the development of a noise management program. This resource will be useful for airports that are deciding to include a system as part of a noise management program.

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